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LRM-CDS-signings-Avalon
Media Release
9 March 2017
A breakthrough system for imaging stress in aircraft structures developed by DST has been licensed to Victorian company LRM Technologies.
PAMG-CDS-Avalon-Signing
Media Release
9 March 2017
Precise Advanced Manufacturing Group has secured the licence to commercialise and market a unique drilling tool developed by DST.
Science and Technology Capability Portfolio
News
6 March 2017
The Chief Defence Scientist, Alex Zelinksy has launched Defence's Science and Technology Capability Portfolio.
Ian Honnery, Airshow Chief Executive, James Waldie of BAE Systems Australia and Geoff Hugo of DST.
3 March 2017
DST and BAE Systems Australia have been awarded a 2017 Aerospace Australia Defence Industry Innovation award.
1 March 2017
DST's Competitive Evaluation Research Agreement (CERA) program is seeking research proposals from Australian academics.
Defence researcher Luther Krake within the DST helicopter testing laboratory.
21 February 2017
DST aims to maximise Defence capability by reducing the maintenance cost and burden of helicopter operations, equating to more time spent flying than fixing.
Defence researcher Wenyi Wang.
13 February 2017
A small team of researchers from DST have been developing a new, simpler method to help military fleet operators detect cracks in ADF platform structures.
Launch of Defence Innovation Partnership SA.
6 February 2017
Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, recently announced the establishment of the Defence Innovation Partnership.
DST Group has released its Annual Review for 2015-16, capturing the highlights and achievements for the last financial year.
1 February 2017
DST has released its Annual Review for 2015-16, capturing the highlights and achievements for the last financial year.
Defence Scientist Dr Stephen Moore.
23 January 2017
The DST developed Australian Rapid Assessment Tool is an extremely powerful tool in modelling the acoustic signatures for all classes of naval vessel.

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